Posts Tagged ‘Oscar Wilde’

ToDo ToDay: Handbag, Miguel Zenon, and the History of Wonder Woman

Learn something new today, whether it's Wonder Woman's origin story or how to make a killer cocktail.

On An Ideal Husband‘s Set, Black Walls Are White and White Walls Are Black

The reviews of Shakespeare Theatre Company's An Ideal Husband haven't exactly been glowing. The Washington Post's Peter Marks called the play a "noteworthy relic," chalking up the production's shortcomings to the fact that the play happens to be second-rate Oscar Wilde. The play's lengthy first act apparently sent City Paper's Trey Graham into a yawning fit: He [...]

This Week’s Theater: Reviews of Amazons and Their Men, Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime

OPENING: Little Shop of Horrors today at Ford's Theatre; Nights at the Opera: Golden Age today at the Kennedy Center's Family Theater; The Front Page today at Port City Playhouse; Clybourne Park Monday at Woolly Mammoth Theatre; Stomp Tuesday at Round House Theatre Bethesda; My Name Is Asher Lev Wednesday at Round House Theatre Bethesda.
CLOSING: [...]